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Buying/leasing farm lands in Zambia

Registered: 7 years ago
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Hi,

Can Indians purchase the agriculture lands in Zambia?? Is there any specific policy to acquire lands in Zambia? Which part of the Country is best to acquire lands in Zambia? We are thinking about Tanzania also apart from Zambia. We want to acquire in very large areas. We are Hyderabad, INDIA based agriculture consultants. We have very good contacts with the investors in India, who are ready to invest in agriculture sector. They are looking for safe investments. Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Zambia are the options. Any information about this is welcome. Visit us at www.sampadafarms.com

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Raghu Ram
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Re: Land wanted for long lease+sampadafarms
November 17, 2010 04:24PM
By poem
Registered: 7 years ago
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Mr Ram, I have just sent you an email from my private e-mail address.I await your response.

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Peter Cornelius
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Registered: 6 years ago
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Hi, am replying to your advert asking for land for lease, well i have a 340ha fertile land in mkushi
zambia its a very good fertile land where you find a lot of whites.
If interested reply on macpitta@yahoo.com for details am sure you will be interested. An ofcourse you can come to zambia and invest in agriculture. get in touch if you are still interested
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Registered: 6 years ago
Posts: 34
There is plenty of land in zambia up for grabs. That is my country though I live in Canada now. I have managed to aquire 2000 Hectares of land in the Southern province.
As to which part of zambia is good for farming, I guess it entirely depends on what kind of farming your are engaged in.
Southern and Eastern provinces are by far the best places to invest in both crop and animal farming. Tobacco, maize, cotton, peanuts, Sunflower etc are grown in these parts of the country.

Just for your info, land is even cheaper to acquire through traditional authorities at cheaper prices and with no beaurocracy and normally such land comes with water rights and cocer periods of up to 200 years. reach me at mweemba@gmail.com and I can maybe help.
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Registered: 5 years ago
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get in touch f still interested. I have over 1000 hectares. vnewtons@yahoo.com
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Buying/leasing farm lands in Zambia
December 11, 2014 10:20AM
By dinman
Registered: 3 years ago
Posts: 1
Hi,

I am an Indian. I am interested in buying/leasing farm lands in Zambia. I will be thankful if any forum members provide with information on the same. I appreciate your reply on my email - mailto_dineshm@rediffmail.com

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Dinesh
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Registered: 1 year ago
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Registered: 8 weeks ago
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I have 18,000 hectares on government title. If you still looking for land, please get in touch with me .

Thanks and best regards.
Minyoi.
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